The Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless is looking for a new Executive Director

The Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless is looking for a new Executive Director. Job Description: Provide leadership and support for lead agency on homelessness, serving as Continuum of Care for state and federal funds, improving system capacity to provide best practice services focused on making homelessness rare, brief and nonrecurring. Coordinate regional homelessness […]

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Housing & Homelessness Symposium

Many thanks to the City of Charlottesville Housing Advisory Council and UVA’s Batten School for their help in sponsoring the 2015 Housing & Homelessness Symposium! It was a great success with over 100 community stakeholders in attendance including homelessness and housing service providers, local funders, community leaders and advocates. Our speakers were full of good […]

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New Coordinated Assessment Process

After many stakeholder meetings and significant research, TJACH has identified a new tool for assessing households for homelessness resources. The new Coordinated Access Packet includes: 1) A cover sheet identifying the components of the Coordinated Access Packet 2) Pre-screening questions to help service providers determine whether they should complete a Coordinated Access Packet 3) Demographic […]

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Spring for Housing

TJACH is coordinating a special housing surge this spring, called Spring for Housing. With funds from the City of Charlottesville’s Affordable Housing Fund, TJACH will rapidly re-house 21 vulnerable households experiencing homelessness. Using U. S. Department of Housing & Urban Development and Virginia Department of Housing & Community Development, TJACH will house an additional 10 […]

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